About $100 OG Kush
$100 OG Kush is generally a 50/50 hybrid strain of cannabis, although on occasion it can be grown slightly Indica dominant. The hybrid offers a great balance of both the energetic mind effects and a sedated body stone. The lineage of the strain is an original OG Phenotype, a cross between a Sativa father and Indica mother.Â The name given to this strain as a dig on Hollywood marijuana dispensaries that were charging $100 an 1/8th ounce at the time. It's origins are in Northern California, the San Fernando Valley. THC content hovers right around 22%.
This strain tends to grow large, dank green buds with scarce stems. These buds are dense, with a light frosting of amber crystals and spindly red hairs. The aroma is sweet and sage, with a hint of mint and earthiness for that extra kick. The potent effects of $100 OG Kush are better utilized at night, as feelings of sedation and relaxation will prove better for relaxation than it will for busy days. It is also advised to carefully measure dosage, as beginner smokers might feel overwhelmed by the powerful stone. Many even refer to $100 OG Kush as one hitter quitter.
$100 OG Kush has powerful, long lasting effects with a variety of medical applications. Users can treat medical conditions such as anxiety and insomnia, the relaxing euphoria easing their mind and either alleviating their anxiety or helping lull them into a relaxed sleep. Those suffering chronic pain can also find relief when using $100 OG Kush. The strain is also used to treat muscle spasms and tremors. For those who need a boost in appetite, $100 OG Kush is a great choice as it tends to stimulate the appetite effectively, and may also be used to alleviate Gastrointestinal Disorder. Others may use it to treat symptoms of Bipolar Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
$100 OG Kush is primarily grown indoors, and grows solid, dense buds, both medium and big in size. Popcorn nuggets adjourn the plant with minimal stems, a treat for growers and users alike.